Longitudinal and transverse voltages have been measured on thin films of MgB2 with different width of superconducting transition range. The study has been performed in zero and nonzero external magnetic fields. The non-zero transverse voltage has been observed in close vicinity of the critical temperature in zero external magnetic field while far enough from Tc this voltage has been zero. In magnetic field it merges into transverse voltage which is an even function with respect to the direction of the field. Usual Hall voltage starts to appear with increasing magnetic field. At the highest field the even voltage disappears and only the Hall voltage is measurable i.e. the transverse even voltage is suppressed with increasing magnetic field and increasing transport current as well. New scaling between transverse and longitudinal resistivities has been observed in the form ρxy~dρxx/dT . This correlation is valid not only in the zero magnetic field but also in nonzero magnetic field where transverse even voltage can be detected. Several models trying to explain observed results are discussed. The most promising seems to be guided motion of the vortices.